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to the streets of iran. and hearing from the young people, what would they say to president obama. >>> and the footloose first lady. why michelle obama is going viral tonight. >>> and good evening. i'm dan harris. we'll get to david muir in iran in just a moment. >>> but we're going to start with the breaking news out of florida. a treacherous finale to a race at the daytona international speedway today. look at the video. cars colliding, getting tossed around like toys. pieces of them flying over a fence, injuring at least a dozen people, many of them fans. abc's linzie janis is on the story. >> reporter: one driver sparked a dramatic crash on the daytona track. >> and contact!
jackie spear of san mateo echoed president obama's state of the union call for a vote in congress. she feels confident a vote. at least on background checks. could pass. we are going to have to rise up organically in communities across this country, telling the congress of the united states that we demand a vote. >> i'm very optimistic that we are going to have a vote on the gun issues. i think there is growing recognition in the republican party, people on both sides of the aisle, their constituents, ninety per cent of the constituents that live in their communities want to have a universal background check. >> congresswoman spear cited the success of recent gun buyback programs as evidence of the increasing public demand that something be done about gun violence. and on the other side of the issue. a motorcycle shop in florida is hoping the lure of a free handgun is enough to get customers to buy a new chopper. but as ashley jeffery shows us, it isn't just sales that are driving this promotion. >> harley davidson, cowboy sasaki:softie. >> power sports. >> now, when you get this you g
territories with president obama. >>> after a week-long vacation, he'll return to washington tomorrow in the face of a major budget battle. it'll kick in on friday and government officials say so too will $85 billion in automatic federal spending cuts. they predict that they will be too far apart for a deal that both sides might be able to push back the sequester by agreeing to a few spending cuts. programs like medicaid and social security are exempt from the sequester, but the military operations would lose $13.5 billion. the fbi, half a billion, and nasa, $1 billion. the obama administration says that children will suffer among the most. a head start that could lose about $400 million, meaning that 70,000 children would be kicked out of the program. >>> and that sequester will be on the minds of the nation's governors when they head to the white house tonight. president obama and the first lady will hold the annual governor's dinner. right now the governors are making appearances on the talk show circuit to talk about their repercussions on the across-the-board budget cuts. gary br
jackie spear of san mateo echoed president obama's state of the union call for a vote inshe felt confident a vote. at least on background checks. could pass. >> we are going to have to rise up organically in communities across this country, telling the congress of the united stat a vote. i'm very optimistic that we are going to have a vote on the gun issues. i think there is growing recognition in the republican party, people on both sides of the aisle, their constituents, ninety per cent of the constituents that live in their communities want to have a universal background check. >> congresswoman spear cited the success of recent gun buy programs as evidence of the increasing public demand that something be done about gun violence. >> oakland police investigating an overnight shooting that targetted an a-c transit bus. the incident that happened near the intersection of 55th avenue and international boulevard. a total of five shots were fired at the bus, shattering its back window. police say the four of the nine passengers on board suffered minor injuries and were transported t
is off the table and president obama says new revenues are a must. >>> and that's why we turn to our political insiders, former mayor willie brown and foeley, and our first question is congress isn't in education. what's going to happen -- in session. what's going to happen when they come back. >> i don't think any of them understand and appreciate what the problem really is because nobody has an exit strategy. nobody has a way out the back door. every're time there's always been -- every other time there's been some way out the back door. you could delay it six weeks, you could pump it here, pump it there. nobody has that kind of strategy. you can't delay. >> reporter: what is it about cuts that the congress just doesn't want to touch. >> nobody wants to touch their pet project, the same as always. the conservatives don't want to touch the military, the liberals don't want to touch the social programs and nobody wants to go there. >> reporter: and there's a stronger constituency, the farmers in this country who get the subsidies for what they d
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